Warships In The Eastern Mediterranean (Part 2)

This is the list of the naval vessels in the region i.e. east of Crete as of 17 September 2013:

Russian Navy:

  • 548 Admiral Panteleyev, destroyer
  • 810 Smetlivy, destroyer
  • 712 Neustrashimy, frigate
  • 127 Minsk, large landing ship
  • 142 Novocharkassk, large landing ship
  • 055 Admiral Nevelskoi, large landing ship Back in the Black Sea
  • 077 Peresvet, large landing ship Back in the Black Sea
  • 110 Aleksandr Shabalin, large landing ship Back in the Marmara Sea
  • 151 Azov, large landing ship, in the Baltics
  • SSV-201 Priazove, intelligence gathering ship
  • PM-138, repair ship
  • MB-304, tug
  • Pechenga, tanker
  • 152 Nikolay Filchenkov, large landing ship

US Navy:

  • DDG-52 USS Barry, destroyer
  • DDG-107 USS Gravely, destroyer
  • DDG-61 USS Ramage, destroyer
  • DDG-55 USS Stout, destroyer
  • LPD-17 USS San Antonio, amphibious transport dock
  • T-AO-195 USNS Leroy Grumman, supply ship

German Navy:

  • P-6126 FGS Frettchen, fast attack craft, UNIFIL
  • P-6129 FGS Wiesel, fast attack craft, UNIFIL
  • A-53 FGS Oker, intelligence gathering ship

Royal Navy:

  • L-3008 RFA Mounts Bay, auxiliary landing ship, Cougar 2013
  • D-35 HMS Dragon, destroyer

Brazilian Navy

  • F-45 União, frigate, UNIFIL

Bangladeshi Navy

  • F-18 BNS Osman, frigate, UNIFIL
  • P-911 BNS Madhumati, large patrol craft, UNIFIL

Indonesian Navy

  • 365 KRI Diponegoro, corvette, UNIFIL

Greek Navy

  • P-69 HS Ypoploiarchos Kristallidis, fast attack craft, UNIFIL

French Navy

  • D-621 FS Chevalier Paul, frigate

Italian Navy

  • D-553 ITS Andera Doria, destroyer

Any additions and corrections to the list are welcomed.


14 Responses to Warships In The Eastern Mediterranean (Part 2)

  1. Dave Shirlaw says:

    HMS Dragon arrived in Cyprus Monday.

  2. Oz Tekes says:

    Dear Devrim Yaylali, I am reading your news letter with great interest as a civilian, but I am more curious about the submarines in the area, including the ones in Persian Gulf, Sea of Oman, and Red Sea. Are there any indicators of what is happening under the surface? I imagine if US attacks Syria the first response could be from submarines, which may lead into more catastrophe; even possibility of false flag operations as it has been done in the region before. Best regards, Osman Tekes


    • The submarines are by design stealth objects. I am pretty sure that there are some submarines off the coast of Syria but we might never know those subs, unless they are show themself or their existence is confirmed by their navies.

  3. according to Russian navy sources, AZOV has arrived in the Baltic Sea on 14 Sep (participate in upcoming exercise “Zapad 13”

  4. nikitas says:

    According Defencenet.gr the Moskva is southeast of Crete

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  6. T. Aykan Kepekli says:

    Sene sonuna doğru Varyag’ın da katılabileceği veya Moskva’dan görev devralabileceği yazılıyor. Linki kaybettim bulur bulmaz ekleyeceğim.

  7. T. Aykan Kepekli says:

    According to RiaNovosti – Varyag may join or relieve her sister ship Moskva in the eastern Med by the end of this year.


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